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  1. 26. Okt. 2022 · Former REO Speedwagon bassist Gregg Philbin passed away in 2022. He played on the band's first six studio albums and the Live, You Get What You Play For double-live album.

  2. 26. Okt. 2022 · Gregg Philbin, the former REO Speedwagon bassist, passed away earlier this week, the band announced. He played on the group's first six studio albums and their first major success, Live: You Get What You Pay For.

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  3. 24. Okt. 2022 · Epic. Former REO Speedwagon bassist Gregg Philbin, who played on the band's first six studio albums and appeared on 1977's Live: You Get What You Play For, has died. Singer Kevin Cronin paid...

  4. Gregg Philbin died on October 24, 2022. On January 4, 2023, the band announced that its sole remaining original member, Neal Doughty, would retire from touring with the band after 55 years. Bassist Bruce Hall said Doughty would always be part of the REO brotherhood, and left open the opportunity for Doughty to appear at select dates.

  5. 24. Okt. 2022 · Gregg Philbin played on the first six studio albums and the Live, You Get What You Play For double-live album of REO Speedwagon. He left the band in 1977 and passed away in 2022.

  6. 1971 spielten sie ihr erstes Album REO Speedwagon ein. Neben Doughty, Gratzer und Richrath nahmen Gregg Philbin (Bass) und Terry Luttrell (Gesang) an der Aufnahme teil. 157 Riverside Avenue ist das bekannteste Stück des Albums und wird auch heute noch regelmäßig live gespielt.

  7. 25. Okt. 2022 · Kevin Cronin pays tribute to Gregg Philbin, who played on the first six studio albums and the Live, You Get What You Play For double album. Philbin left the band in 1977 due to musical differences and health issues.